On May 24, radio host and University of Michigan football announcer Frank Beckmann decided to take to The Detroit News to weigh in on Sergio Garcia's "fried chicken" comments about Tiger Woods. This didn't prove wise, because Beckmann came off as dumb, insensitive, and/or racist, which are generally bad things to be when you talk for a living. His argument was that we shouldn't be upset Garcia made a blatantly racist fried chicken joke because there's no way Garcia knew that a fried chicken joke would be offensive to blacks, and blacks should actually celebrate fried chicken anyway because their slave ancestors were able to stay alive by eating it since Massa rarely shared his ham, and Beckmann's German mom made a mean Rouladen, and our outrage is largely due to the ongoing pussification of America, or something:
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